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McKenzie: USA's defence has been solid at Olympics

The Americans have done very well with their defence in the Olympic tournament. Brian Rafalski in particular has been a special player for Team USA. He's been terrific offensively and defensively, but it has not just been the Rafalski show. ...more

McKenzie: A significant loss in more ways than one

With a loss to the United States on Sunday, Canada will face Germany in a qualification game on Tuesday. And if Canada were to win that game, they'll get a quarterfinal game with the Russians. So obviously, the loss is a significant one. ...more

McKenzie: Facing U.S. will help Team Canada's psyche

Team Canada head coach Mike Babcock turned some heads with some roster adjustments for Sunday's game against the Americans, as Mike Richards will likely skate with Sidney Crosby and Rick Nash will play on left wing. ...more

McKenzie: Whitney's an attractive offensive commodities

It's going to get very interesting, and maybe even a little tense, on the Ray Whitney front in Carolina. Next to Atlanta's Ilya Kovalchuk, the Hurricanes' goal-scoring winger may be one of the more attractive offensive commodities moved at the deadline. ...more

McKenzie: No deal done for Lightning sale - yet

There has been a lot said and written about the Tampa Bay ownership situation and how Jeffrey Vinik of Boston is on the verge of purchasing the team from Len Barrie and Oren Koules. But the negotiations are continuing and a deal is not done yet. TSN's Bob McKenzie has more. ...more

McKenzie: Burke affecting a culture shock in Leafs Nation

If you subscribe to the theory that the team that gets the best player wins the trade, it's pretty obvious who won the seven-player blockbuster deal between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Calgary Flames. That would, of course, be... the Flames -- because right here, right now -- the best player in that group of seven is none other than Ian White. ...more

McKenzie: Cormier has a good and bad reputation

The things that got Patrice Cormier drafted by the New Jersey Devils and made him a very solid prospect to play in the National Hockey League were that he is a good faceoff man, a good shot blocker and a good penalty killer. But his good reputation has recently been tainted. ...more

McKenzie: Canada must pay attention to Niederreiter, Conz

In preparing for Sunday's semifinal encounter with Switzerland, there are two key players that Canada needs to worry about. One is draft eligible forward Nino Niederreiter and the other is goaltender Benjamin Conz. ...more

McKenzie: Eberle the hero for Canada once again

You don't want to oversimplify an entire hockey game that ultimately needed a shootout to be decided, but Jordan Eberle took Team Canada out of a world of hurt on New Year's Eve. ...more

McKenzie: Hall shows off speed, power, shot and play-making

The big surprise for me was not so much that Taylor Hall scored a hat-trick and was terrific in Tuesday's game, it was more that he hadn't done it already in the first two games of the tournament. He's got tremendous hands, speed and power and showed off his shot on the second goal of the night. ...more

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